Cemex to present at Renewable Energy from Waste conference

Cemex is to present at Renewable Energy from Waste conference, November 16-19 in Orlando in the session on industrial applications for waste conversion.

The Renewable Energy from Waste Conference, Nov. 16-18 at the Caribe Royale in Orlando, Florida, will feature some of the top companies in the US that are including waste conversion and waste to energy as part of their strategies for sustainability and zero-waste-to-landfill.

Aaron Garcia, director of alternative fuels and operations support, Cemex will present a paper at the session, Smart Business – A Look at Industrial Applications for RDF and Waste Conversion.

Cemex uses many forms of waste-derived fuels as a coal alternative to power its kilns, and Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics was part of a pilot program to divert non-recyclable waste into crude oil among other initiatives.

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